The Orientation menu contains commands that change the orientation (view) of your 3-D plot.
To change the orientation of your plot:
Click the plot, and then select Plot > Orientation.
Alternatively, use the context-sensitive options in the Context Panel.
Select one of the following:
Default: This undoes all pans and scales you performed on the plot. Also, the rotation angles theta, phi, and psi are set to their default values (55, 75, and 0, respectively).
Default rotation: This sets the rotation angles theta, phi, and psi to their default values (55, 75, and 0, respectively).
Default translation: This undoes any pans you performed on the plot.
Default size: This undoes any zoom actions you performed on the plot.
X Axis: Rotates the plot so that the positive x-axis is facing you.
Y Axis: Rotates the plot so that the positive y-axis is facing you.
Z Axis: Rotates the plot so that the positive z-axis is facing you.
Projection: Change the perspective of the plot using the Set projection dialog. For more information, see Change Projection.
Change the View of a Plot
Modify the Appearance of Three-Dimensional Plots
Rotate a 3-D Plot
Use Context Menus for Plots
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